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FinTech Chat (FTC) is a series of educational & informative interviews with world professionals in the FinTech / Crypto / Blockchain communities. We aim to provide content that is digestible in multiple mediums such as video, audio (podcast), and written (blog) form!

FTC Episode 26

In this episode, Blockchain Wayne interviews Mario Nawfal, CEO of NFT Technologies. Through his stories about Bitclout and NFT Technologies, Mario Nawfal has expressed his interest and belief in an inevitable future of NFTs, Metaverse and Social Tokens

Note: This transcript was automatically generated by artificial intelligence (AI) and therefore typos and grammatical errors…


Asset tokenization is when an issuer creates digital tokens on a distributed ledger or blockchain, representing either digital or physical assets. Furthermore, there is no single power to erase or tamper the ownership within the blockchain. As such, many companies would benefit from asset tokenization.

How Does Asset Tokenization Work?

Asset tokenization is the process of turning a physical asset, such as property or gold, into a digital form. This makes it easier to transfer, as well as divide the asset, among owning parties. For example, someone who owned a piece of real estate worth 1 million dollars may want…


The term Asset Tokenization has been a topic that is in constant discussion today. With the rapid growth of the digital era, more and more traditional companies are looking for ways to expand their business digitally, and Asset Tokenization is one of the ways to do so.

However, tokenizing assets isn’t as easy as it seems. Without the proper support by professionals, there can be many legal implications that could affect the business negatively.

What Is Asset Tokenization As A Service?

Asset tokenization is when a secure, digital version of a real-world asset is being minted, making it easier to…


USDS and ZUSD live on DigitalBits Mainnet, Stably launches instances of DigitalBits Core, and announces development of compliant cross-chain token bridge

In November 2020, it was announced that Stably, the Seattle-based FinTech led by a team of former bankers and Amazon software engineers, would join the DigitalBits Partner Program, with plans to integrate the DigitalBits Network. DigitalBits is an enterprise-grade blockchain built to support consumer digital assets, inclusive of branded currencies and branded stablecoins, as well as emerging categories such as fan tokens and NFTs. …


Today, we are proud to announce the launch of ICON USDS, our USD-backed stablecoin, on the ICON public blockchain, the first product released as part of our ongoing collaboration with the ICON ecosystem. Since the launch on the Ethereum mainnet in 2018, Stably has been setting new standards for transparency and usability in the stablecoin industry, and we’re excited to bring those same standards to the ICON ecosystem with one of the first stablecoins in the world to be issued on ICON.

What is ICON USDS?

USDS is a stablecoin created by Stably, built upon the IRC2 token standard, and…


If you’ve been reading about the cryptocurrency world, you’ve probably heard of something called an NFT and how the market surrounding these tokens is taking off. But what exactly is an NFT? And why would anyone buy one?

What is an NFT?

The letters NFT are an abbreviation, and they stand for non-fungible token. The word non-fungible basically means ‘not exchangeable’ and thus, a non-fungible token is a token which is not exchangeable on a one to one basis.

This doesn’t mean that one cannot exchange an NFT for money, it just simply means that there is no universal value…


The cryptocurrency world can be a volatile place, full of value which can change at the drop of a hat. This is why the business world is starting to turn to a new version of cryptocurrency that is more stable, and these tokens are called stablecoins.

What is a Stablecoin?

A stablecoin is a cryptocurrency, however, instead of having a value which is based on demand, stablecoins are pegged, or matched to an asset that has value in the real world. This reduces their volatility and makes them a much safer store of value than cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.

Why are…


FinTech Chat (FTC) is a series of educational & informative interviews with world professionals in the FinTech / Crypto / Blockchain communities. We aim to provide content that is digestible in multiple mediums such as video, audio (podcast), and written (blog) form!

FTC Episode 25

In this episode, Blockchain Wayne interviews Luke Stokes, Managing Director of FIO. Through the story on his journey to El Salvador and his work at FIO and previous projects, Luke Stokes has expressed his belief in the blockchain & crypto industry, as they can be a mechanism for global non-violent consensus.

Note: This transcript…


If you want to get involved in the world of cryptocurrencies, you will need a crypto wallet in order to do so.

What is a Crypto Wallet?

A crypto wallet is a program or application which is programmed to hold or store the keys that enable you to access your cryptocurrencies. Because cryptocurrencies are fully digital, they don’t actually physically sit in your crypto wallet. What is in your wallet is an encrypted message which contains the location of the cryptocurrency you own on the blockchain. …


When discussing cryptocurrencies, you will often hear the words mining and halving. Crypto mining and halving are processes which are intertwined and essential to the function of cryptocurrencies. Below, we’ll walk you through the basics of both the terms, Crypto Mining and the Bitcoin Halving.

Crypto Mining

Crypto mining is the essential process used to verify all transactions on a blockchain. And this process results in the slow accumulation or creation of new cryptocurrency. …

Stably

Stably is building a more efficient global economy — faster, cheaper, and accessible to all — through USDS, a regulated stablecoin. Learn more at www.stably.io

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